The Venezuelan producer opens up for the first time about his sexuality, working with Kanye and his game-changing debut album.
Watch the premiere of Dej Loaf family-filled new double-video.
The Okinawa-based rapper RITTO serves up one of the year's most endearing rap videos, shot on his island home 400 miles off the coast of Japan.
And we wouldn't recommend watching it alone at home.
"In a weird way, he kind of produced it."
Having moved from Mad Decent to RPM MSC, the artist has got lots of new music in the works.
The colorful clip drops Skateboard P into a Japanese 16-bit world.
And as if that weren't enough, she's shared a video for the A$AP Rocky-assisted "Pretend," too.
"America's first soca pop star" refused to be pigeonholed. Hear his latest genre-spanning collaboration, with Yeezus vocalists and a reggae spin.
Hear the 12-song collection of sludgy rock a week ahead of its release.
Emilie Friedlander's FADER 91 cover story on FKA Twigs follows the shape-shifting pop singer through London.
Listen to "Two Weeks," a track from FKA Twigs' debut LP on Young Turks and peep the official video.
Smith's ballad gets roughed up by Twigs' distorted electronics.
The British artist responded to some of the racist abuse she received on Twitter following reports she is dating actor Robert Pattinson.
Today's music artists are finding creative ways to resist being reduced to an SEO-friendly headline.
Whether they call themselves R&B, pop or nothing at all, FKA Twigs and Beyoncé are the most powerful, innovative and feminist voices we have in music.
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FKA Twigs sits down with her band for an interview with Zane Lowe and previews new songs from her upcoming album LP1.
After listening to it, five minutes of slowburning heartache later, we can understand why.
Chicago's Lucki Eck$ skews even further afield from the rest of the Chicago rap landscape with "Ouch Ouch," thanks in part to the swirling, chirping, astral production by FKA Twigs.
From synthesised speech to J-pop vocaloids, Adam Harper traces the shifting role of the voice in popular music.